K Reynolds @kreynolds

  I have been a member of ChristianBlog.Com for 11 years, 6 months and 23 days.

  I have published 2,399 blogs and 7,151 comments.

 My first blog was published on Saturday 4th of August 2007.

 My most recent blog was published on Tuesday 12th of February 2019.

My Blog Archive
With Authority Comes Responsibility
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Earlier today I was reading a blog written by @pastorpamdreamgirl entitled Authentic & Genuine Authority. I think it is an excellent blog but one line in particular really jumped out at me. She wrote: Finally, Jesus gives us authority and with...
The Valley Of Weeping
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Most translations of the English Bible do not say "Valley of Weeping". They call it The Valley of Baca. I was curious as to why it is rendered "weeping" in some translations and discover he word baca is a verb which means to weep,...
Is It Prayer... Or An Incantation?
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It's a very familiar verse: There are many who use this verse to justify making demands of God. If you want something from God, ask it in His name and you will get it. If you need a better job, car, house, more money, etc, ask and it shall be...
More Than It's Worth
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It was a gift from my son and daughter-in-law on my 50th birthday. They thought it was a rather fitting gift, especially after the experiences that I'd had from over the preceding three years. The verse on the cross reads: The Light of God...
The Foundation Of Our Faith
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What is the foundation of your faith? What exactly is it based upon? This is a question I asked myself this morning as I read a blog by @Blessings2you entitled Should A Christian Take Medication?. In a comment posted to that blog, @Greybear wrote: He...
The Peace Of God
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It was the trip of a lifetime. Though she was 80 years old and knew the trip would be strenuous, Ione decided to follow through with a lifetime dream and go to Israel. A friend from her girlhood would be leading the trip and her sister-in-law would be...
A Broken And Repentant Heart
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King David is known as a man after God's own heart and yet in 2 Samuel 11, we learn of some terrible acts he committed. After committing adultery with Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah who was off doing battle, he discovers that Bathsheba is pregnant....
Where Can I Flee From His Presence?
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My friends here at CB know that I love to be on the move. The idea of hopping into a vehicle and traveling long distances for hours does not faze me in the least. I um... I don't even mind miles and miles of unending fields of corn across the...
What Is Faith?
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Earlier today, I read a blog by Blessings2you entitled How To Be Strong In Faith. He quoted Romans 8:28 which says: And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. and then...
Daily Bible Verse: Psalm 30:50
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What a wonderful truth to remember! The storms in our lives will not last forever, they will only last for a moment when compared to eternity. There will come a day when the storms will cease for the last time, never to trouble us again. Joy,...
One Thing Is Sure
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We may not like it, but there are absolutes in this world. One which comes to mind is death. Regardless of how well we take care of our bodies, they are not immortal. Another is if you deprive yourself of food and water permanently, you will die, you...
Uh... Do I Have To Answer That?
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Have you ever noticed that often times when the Holy Spirit is correcting us, He usually does not just flat out say something like, "Don't do that!" Instead, He usually simply asks you a question, at least this is what seems to happen...
What Are We Willing To Give?
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We are unable to earn salvation and yet, what are we willing to sacrifice for the sake of the Gospel? Are we required to give up anything? I believe we are. We are required to set aside our own wants and desires and take up those of Christ. We are...
The Bread Of The Presence
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David was on the run. Though he was the anointed king, God's time for him to ascend to the throne had not yet come. Knowing that King Saul intended to kill him, David fled. In 1 Samuel 21, we find that David arrived in the town of Nob where he...
But It Doesn't Make Sense... Or Does It?
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Joseph had a dream. Then he had another dream confirming the first one. It was pretty easy to imagine these dreams coming to pass. After all, he was the favorite son of an incredibly rich and powerful man... the most rich and powerful man in all the...
Our Hope Is In God
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Earlier today, I was listening to the song, "My Hope Is In You" by Aaron Shust. I was moved when I watched the official video on YouTube. You see, the end of the story did not come out quite like you normally would expect. We want a...
Our Hope And Our Confidence
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It just did not make sense. David was about to face a giant of a man. He was given the finest armor in the land. The armor of King Saul, the protection of the king. In all fairness, David tried it. He put on Saul's armor but he found it too heavy...
Sometimes You Just Need To Get Charged
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I lived in an area of the U.S. that gets cold in the winter. Not cold according the definition of @shanijane but cold. Really cold. It is not uncommon for it to get so cold that vehicles will not start. Your battery is dead. When that happens,...
But I Was Just Zooming Along!
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Long time members of CB know how much I am devoted to zooming out into the world. Actually, @Christineingram seems to be just as devoted to doing that as well. Hooray! A kindred spirit. Anyway, if you want to know the truth, I have never, ever been...
God Looks At The Heart
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When the Israelites demanded a king, God gave them exactly the sort of king they wanted. Saul had a good pedigree. He the son of a wealthy and influential man. The Bible tells us he was the most handsome man in Israel and stood head and shoulders...
What About Me?
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As I read a blog by @Tinaesanil entitled The First Healing Prayer, I got to thinking about something. Over the years I have watched people bring something constantly before God. It could be about a variety of things such as finances, healing and...
God Uses Credit Cards?
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I remember right where I was on the day it happened. I was standing in the kitchen of our apartment and excitedly made a rather stupid statement. "It must be God's will for us to get this car because He made a way for us to get this...
A Representative Of Christ
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I must confess that I squirmed just a bit when I read those words this morning. Okay, I squirmed a lot. Am I a representative of Christ in everything I do or say? Sigh... no I am not. I suspect that your answer would be similar. We can argue that we...
An Emergency Fund? But I Am Trusting In God!
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In the past, when an "emergency" arose, I would frantically check the balance in my checking account. If there wasn't enough there to cover it, I would whip out a credit card. Whew! It's a good thing I have credit cards... in case...
When God Says Yes
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It shouldn't have happened. With an underwater mortgage, reduced income and other issues, it shouldn't have happened but it did. We'd tried to refinance in April 2011 when I realized I might not be returning to work due to medical...